Man who kicks cat,
pot calling kettle black
This letter is in response to the letter, “I will kick a cat if I want to,” that appeared Oct. 23 and also to another letter writer that didn’t want religious beliefs forced on him.
It is your option to kick the cat, rape or gnaw on somebody’s face. Everyone has a choice. But with choices comes consequences. If you commit these acts, it is not the religious people that put you in prison.
Religious people also know there is consequences for their choices. There is a God that judges. His decisions are eternal.
Atheist, if you believe there is no God, why do you try to eradicate something that you believe does not exist? Doesn’t this prove there is doubt? Are you going to wait until death to find whether you was right or wrong? The writer said, “Keep your religion to yourself.” Isn’t this the pot calling the kettle black?
— Audrey E. DeBolt, Convoy